Have fun. Save lives.
— Mark Witriol,
Co-Owner, Pet Food Express
Cat Town has been featured in the New York Times, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, and more. But we're more than the nation's first cat cafe — we are dedicated to transforming cat rescue nationwide, beginning in Oakland.
You can make a real difference in your community and engage your employees with a custom Cat Town experience. Email Quinn White to learn how we can help meet your philanthropic needs. We offer:
Make a difference in your community and bond as a team! When you help Cat Town save the shelter's most vulnerable cats, everyone wins.
The perfect place for your next team retreat, our facility offers privacy, natural light, fresh coffee, and plenty of cats to help unlock your creativity.
Cats are scientifically proven to reduce stress — so what could be better than a visit from Cat Town's kittens? If you can't come to us, we can come to you!
You can also choose one of our robust engagement options:
Cat Town reaches nearly 150,000 people annually. As an event sponsor, we will maximize your exposure to our audience with a variety of options to customize your recognition. Become an event sponsor today!
Donors are more likely to give if their gifts are doubled, and Cat Town would love to tell our community about your support for our work! Let us thank you for your generosity and help save twice as many lives.
Your donated product or services can reduce our daily expenses, helping us put our funds toward saving more lives. With 10,000 annual visitors, we can help get your products seen!
Email Quinn White to learn more about our corporate giving opportunities!
Thank you to our 2018 Second Chance SOiree Sponsors
Thank you to our current corporate and foundation supporters
$10,000 and Above
East Bay Community Foundation
Pet Food Express
Thelma Doelger Trust for Animals
$5,000 - $9,999
Claremont Veterinary Hospital
TS and KD Glide Foundation Trust
Schwab Charitable Fund
SmartyKat & Petlinks by Worldwise, Inc.
$1,000 - $4,999
Car Donation Services
Deupree Family Foundation
Fidelity Charitable Fund
Network for Good
Whole Foods Market